I have been working for the opportunity to play college baseball since the day I stepped on the field. I was 7 years old. Playing tournament ball and traveling from state to state with the team Has taught me such skills as leadership and most of all how to be a good teammate. I learned how to play the game the right way, and how to accept failure and learn from it. This past high school season was very difficult and challenging, coming off of a district championship season the previous year. We lost 7 starting seniors and the team suffered placing 3rd out of 4 in our district. I had my struggles as well. I struggled defensively and offensively during the season, but the struggles made me work harder. I was in the cage and on the field everyday, on the weekends, and during the week. When I would get home from practice I would ask my dad, “wanna go hit” and the answer was always yes. I’m am currently hitting and taking ground balls 5 Days a week, as much as I can get in since I play football, and I work out 3 Days a week.
I am looking for a school that offers a degree in Veterinary Medicine and has a highly competitive baseball team. I am also looking for a coach that is not afraid to get onto a player when need be. I will be a perfect fit for your college Because of my work-ethic, intensity, and my teamsmanship. I will work on the field as hard as I do in the classroom, but what I believe separates me most of all is my intensity. There is never a moment on that field when you will see me walking or giving less than what I have to give. All in all I plan to give everything I have to your team and your school.